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2018‑04‑16 Science and innovation on display at the Sudbury Regional Science Fair

SNOLAB Scientists were pleased to take part in judging projects at the 48thAnnual Sudbury Regional Science F

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2018‑04‑11 Bridging Science and Art at LU Research Week

Science and art collided on Wednesday March 21stas over 100 works of art were curated and assembled in the Atrium of Laurentian University (LU) for the 5thAnnual SciArt Exhibition.  The show was part of the university’s 2018

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2018‑04‑02 Live Webcast: A Material World

 

In his public lecture at Perimeter Institute on April 4th, Rob Moore will explore how the next great “age” of humankind may well be forged in a new quantum world of materials.

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2018‑03‑16 Take a 360° tour of SNOLAB for National Engineering Month

March is National Engineering month in Canada and marks the start of the cavern excavation for the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) that began 28 years ago at Creighton Mine. 

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2018‑03‑14 SNOLAB remembers Professor Hawking

SNOLAB is extremely sad to learn of Professor Stephen Hawking’s passing earlier today.  Although Professor Hawking was a theoretical physicist, his personality, wit and sarcasm made him a legacy across all science fields.

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2018‑03‑05 Live Webcast: Inspiring Future Women in Science 2018

Watch it here on Thursday March 8, 2018 at 9 AM ET! 

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2018‑02‑07 Innovation 150 success!
Looking back at 2017, SNOLAB was thrilled to be a Contest Partner in the Innovation 150 year of events!
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2018‑01‑30 CAP teaching award winner visits SNOLAB

SNOLAB staff and scientists were delighted to welcome Karen Kennedy-Allin, the 2017 recipient of the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Excellence in Teaching award, to site this December.

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2017‑12‑29 Former SNOLAB Director appointed to Officer of the Order of Canada

Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, today announced 125 new appointments to the Order of Canada. The new member list includes 4 Companions (C.C.), 35 Officers (O.C.) and 86 Members (C.M.).

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2017‑12‑19 Fragments noirs: Contemporary music recorded deep underground

“Fragments noirs” is a musical work by Sudbury-based composer Robert Lemay that was recorded two kilometres underground in the Cryopit, a large experiment cavern at SNOLAB.

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